o and not let in your room.Remove all bedding rom bed. I a
mattress pad was provided then itshould remain.Check that your phone, RezNet
and cable V jacks are not loose ordamaged.Return all urniture in the common
areas to its original position.Make sure your re extinguisher is
present and the plastic locking tag isintact.Check that your phone is in working
order; it should be without cracks inthe display or have buttons missing.Remove all ood rom room.
Properly dispose o unwanted items.
Sealed, unused, non-perishable items
may be donated to the Food Bank at the collection point in the lobby.Unwanted clothing that is clean and
in good condition may be donated toGoodwill at the collection point in the lobby.
For more inormation about check-out procedures, please reer to Page41 o the Residence Handbook andUnderstandings 2010/2011:
Wat abt tMv-t?
irst year is over and though September may seem ar away, there are a number o important items to accomplish over the summer in order to prepare or SecondYear. Course registration and OSAP/nancial assistance applications must be lledout, tuition must be paid on time, and you may want to look into potential jobs orthe school year. Te ollowing is a list o helpul tips and resources to aid in a smoothtransition between rst andsecond year.
Summer course registration canseem like a daunting task. Many rst year students would havebeen assisted with last year’sregistration process, especially those who attended SummerAcademic Orientation. Tisyear, while there are resourcesavailable to guide you along theway, course registration is anindependent task.
Randomly assigned based on academic year o study. (2nd year course registration1.appointments will start on July 14th, however your individual appointment may begin later).Will be emailed to you and available in the student centre.2.Indicates your rst opportunity to register or your desired courses, but you can3.make changes rom that time onwards.Be prepared beore your appointment time to ensure a smooth registration4.experience
Getting Ready or Second Year